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Allen, Helen M helen.m.allen@lmco.com
Thu, 20 May 1999 08:18:25 -0500


Guess I'm too much of a stickler....I use the deep clear plastic liners you
can buy at garden centers and I only buy small plants that I can just drop
in (I leave the plant in the small pot it came in).  It keeps all moisture
away from the pottery and contained in the liner.   I really don't use live
plants (except on the holidays) in my pottery, there's too many silks out
there now that look real . 
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	From: 	Grace Jenkins[SMTP:grace_jenkins@ncsu.edu]
	Reply To: 	McCoyPottery Online Talk
	Sent: 	Thursday, May 20, 1999 8:08 AM
	To: 	McCoyPottery-Talk@secure.mia.net

	Hi All, Does anyone know a way to keep plants in the small McCoy
pots
	without damaging the inside glaze (other than putting the plant in a
smaller
	plastic pot & dropping it into the McCoy pot). Thanks for any ideas!
McGrace  
	Grace K. Jenkins
	Graphic Designer/Illustrator
	Department of Communication Services
	College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
	North Carolina State University
	Campus Box 7603
	Raleigh, NC 27695-7603

	Phone 919 513-3096
	Fax   919 515-8602       


	
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